Catholic Charities hosted its 11th annual Festival d’Vine on November 8th at Treaty Oak Park. The food and wine-tasting event featured tidbits from 26 area restaurants, including Bistro Aix, Eleven South, Moxie, bb’s, Matthews Restaurant and the Wine Cellar. Ovinte provided more than 200 different wines for tasting, while Champion Brands offered beer as an […]
On November 5, the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens hosted a day with gardening guru Jon Carloftis. That evening guests attended a cocktail party featuring hors d’oeuvres and Maker’s Mark specialty collection including Maker’s White, the newest 46 bourbon and Maker’s Mark Cask Strength Bourbon, usually only available at the company’s Kentucky distillery. Afterwards, […]
We all know that cooking a turkey takes, like, a really long time. If you’re thinking of skipping that and going out with your family instead, here’s a list of First Coast restaurants open on Thanksgiving: 95 Cordova in St. Augustine is serving an endless feast for $69 per person from 11 AM-8 PM. The […]
//photos by Nicole Piper The Salvation Army of Northeast Florida’s first annual Red Shield Ball was held at the University Club of Jacksonville on October 25. 150 guests enjoyed a masquerade-themed dinner, auctions and dancing accompanied by The Faze Band.
//photos by Kerry Speckman The Influencers, a discussion held by FGI of North Florida on October 28 at Florida Mining Gallery, featured a panel of design experts focusing on how fashion trends play a role in your home, office and signature events. Guests enjoyed light bites and beverages as a panel of experts spoke on […]
I have previously confessed my love of curry so you shouldn’t be surprised at the savory – sweet combo. This soup blew my expectations! The sweetness of the roasted squash and pears meld perfectly with the savory back heat of the curry. You can easily adjust this recipe to fit a vegan diet too, just note the […]
Charred kale pesto and velvety carrot soup
The life of a local news reporter isn’t always glamorous. Just ask WJXT Channel 4 traffic and news reporter Ashley Mitchem. “There are a lot of misconceptions about news reporters,” she says. “When I started out as a reporter in Tallahassee, my salary was $20,000. For the most part, the ones who stay in the […]
Local folk band Canary in the Coalmine gets personal
The Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville offers a refined culinary option in its Café Nola, a bustling, upscale lunch spot featuring meals based mostly from locally sourced ingredients.